Gold Coast Council positions defibrillators for community

By Julia Contrucci

To enhance public safety and support the community in an emergency, the Council of Gold Coast have installed 14 accessible defibrillators in city facilities.

Having immediate access to a defibrillator can increase the likelihood of survival for people experiencing cardiac arrest.

An AED (Automated External Defibrillator) is a small portable device which delivers an electrical shock to a person’s heart to restore rhythm, allowing blood and oxygen to flow to the heart, brain and body.

Find more information on the map below.

  • Broadbeach Library
    61 Sunshine Boulevard, Mermaid Waters
  • Burleigh Heads Library
    Park Avenue, Burleigh Heads
  • Burleigh Waters Library
    Corner Christine Avenue and Galeen Drive, Burleigh Waters
  • Coolangatta Library
    Level 1, The Strand Corner Marine Parade and Dutton Street, Coolangatta
  • Elanora Library
    The Pines shopping centre, Guineas Creek Road, Elanora
  • Helensvale Library and Cultural Centre
    Helensvale Plaza, corner Lindfield Road and Sir John Overall Drive, Helensvale
  • Labrador Community Centre
    57 Billington Street, Labrador
  • Mobile library
    Various locations
  • Nerang Branch Library
    Corner White and Price Streets, Nerang
  • Palm Beach Library and Community Lounge
    Eleventh Avenue, Palm Beach
  • Robina Community Centre
    196 Robina Town Centre Drive, Robina
  • Runaway Bay Library
    Lae Drive, Runaway Bay
  • Southport Library
    Corner Garden and Lawson Streets, Southport
  • Upper Coomera Community Centre
    Corner Reserve and Abraham Roads, Upper Coomera